Powerful suction, quiet operation, and compact size has made the Fein Turbo I a long-standing benchmark for high-end shop vacuums. With convenient tool-triggered on/off, the Turbo I is particularly well-suited for woodworking shops, where it is used just as often for dust collection with power tools as it is for cleanup. Its powerful 1100 watt bypass motor is completely sealed off from the dusty air in the hose, resulting in clean exhaust and excellent durability. And with 151 CFM, you can be certain this vacuum will pull in all the dust. Can be used wet or dry, without needing to replace the filter.Features:Long power cord and hose, plus easy-rolling casters for a large operating rangeHigh performance turbine for 151 CFM (71 l/s) flow rate and 98.4'' of water lift (245 mbar vacuum)Large range due to 19 ft power cord and 13 ft vacuum hoseLarge wheels rotate 360° for optimal maneuverability, even in tight conditionsTool coupling with suction control for easy control of suction powerAutostart outlet with power-on delay to prevent current spikesFlat top with rim for storing tools and supplies
This electronically driven automatic blast gate is an optional upgrade to the iVac Pro Wireless Dust Collection Control System, bringing one-touch simplicity to managing your dust collection airflow. Simply turn on your power tool, and the iVac Pro Tool (42891, sold separately) sends a wireless signal to automatically open the Pro Blast Gate, and another signal to the iVac Pro Switch (42897, sold separately), which turns on your dust collector. Turn off your power tool, and after a short interval to clear dust, the blast gate closes and the dust collector powers down. This automation prevents the irritating dust clouds that result from forgetting to open a blast gate, and the reduced suction that results from forgetting to close it afterward. Prevents the irritating dust clouds you get from forgetting to open the blast gateReduces the potential for accidents from reaching for blast gates while machines are runningOptimizes the suction in your system by keeping a minimum number of gates open at one timeBlast gate can also be controlled with the included toggle switchUp to eight blast gates can operate on one systemA Starter Pack (50767) is also available separately that includes two gates, a wireless remote and a manual toggle switchRF range: 40'
Includes everything you need to capture dust from two key areas on your routing table: Router Table Dust Bucket (32321)Router Table Dual Dust Port (20225)2-1/2'' x 36'' clear Dust Hose (34203)Features:Easy-access door with magnetic catch for quick height adjustments Adjustable vent for suction control to prevent boards from stickingBucket is easy to assembleKeyhole slotted to attach to most router table topsFits most routers, including large plunge routers
Eliminate the unsafe distraction of turning on and off your dust collection system while you're operating a shop tool! The iVac Pro consists of two main components, the Pro Switch (Sold Separately) and the Pro Tool, both sold separately in your choice of 240V or 115V. A complete iVac Pro System gives you wireless control of your dust collection system, automatically turning it on/off every time you turn on/off one of your shop tools.Here is how it works: plug your dust collection system into a Pro Switch. Now add a Pro Tool for every shop tool you want to automatically activate your dust collection system. One Pro Switch can accommodate up to 8 Pro Tools, as long as they are within the 40' radio frequency range, making it possible to run your dust collection system only when you run your tools! And running more than one tool at the same time won't cause interference; the Pro Switch won't turn your dust collection system off until the last Pro Tool in your system is shut off. You can even program your Pro Switch to run a little longer than your tool to allow for dust clearance. So get started today by selecting a Pro Switch in 240V or 115V and adding up to 8 Pro Tools.NOTE: IVac Pro System Boxes are built to handle the amperage advertised, however, both the UL (American) and CSA (Canadian) safety approval agencies require the boxes to be labeled at 80% of their actual amperage capacity due to the fact that the units have an attached power supply cord. Example - The 115 Volt / 20 Amp box is labeled as only 16 amps, however the box will actually continuously handle 20 amp AC mains.